Graham McNulty joined the Metropolitan Police in 1992 serving in both uniform and detective roles across London. In 2002 he began investigating specialist crime performing a number of different roles and being promoted to Chief Superintendent in 2009, to lead the Serious and Organised Crime Command.
In 2012 Graham performed the role of staff officer for the then MPS Commissioner, Lord Hogan-Howe before being promoted to commander in 2013 to lead the MPS response to homicide, child abuse and sexual offences leading Operation Yewtree during his tenure.
In October 2014, Graham was appointed as Deputy Chief Constable for Hampshire Police, overseeing the force’s change programme before returning to the Met in 2016 as Deputy Assistant Commissioner responsible for Territorial Policing. Since 2018, Graham has led the Specialist Crime portfolio including, amongst others, the areas of homicide, gun crime, cyber, economic crime and the Flying Squad.
Graham is the MPS lead for Serious and Organised Crime. At a national level, he holds the position of NPCC lead for County Lines; Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS); Gangs and Knife enabled Crime and is the president of the Drug Expert Witness and Valuation Association (DEWVA), the governing body for drug expert witnesses in England and Wales.
As well as his current national roles, he has previously been the NPCC lead for Family Liaison, Vehicle Crime and vice chair of the NPCC Homicide Working Group.
In addition to his operational duties, Graham is a trustee for Embrace, a charity supporting child victims of crime, and a trustee of the MPS Benevolent Fund, a charity supporting officers, former officers and their families in times of financial hardship.
Graham is a life-long Chelsea fan.